Kristy Russell Recipe

HOT HAMBURGERS!

By Kristy Russell KristyR


Recipe Rating:
 2 Ratings
Serves:
4 or more
Prep Time:
Cook Time:

Kristy's Story

19yrs ago my husband told me of these... I said "uumm a what???" So he took me to this little restaurant and ordered me one of these and I was hooked!! So easy to make too! But you won't want them all time if you don't want to add to your waste line! ;-)

Ingredients

1 pkg
crinkle cut french fries
1 lb
hamburger
1 pkg
hamburger buns
flour
milk
butter
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Directions Step-By-Step

1
Make hamburger patties, one for each person (unless they want a double hot hamburger, this would need 2 patties) fry as you would for your regular hamburgers, season to your taste.
2
Deep fry your french fries according to the directions on package
3
toast lightly buttered hamburger buns on skillet, lay toasted side up On individual plates (one bun per hot hamburger, unless you are making a double, you would then need two buns, toasted side up... side by side)
4
Once hamburger patties are finished, use grease to make hamburger gravy - salt and pepper
5
Put layer of french fries on top of patty (make sure you put enough fries to cover the patty)
6
Smother with hamburger gravy and serve hot!!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef, Gravies, Burgers
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtags: #hamburger, #Fries


  • Comments

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    Kristin Miller Kk723 - May 30, 2011
    Not sure what to think of this one! I don't normally eat hamburgers but this is definitely interesting and might have to try it just to see what its like!
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    Christy Lowrance Christy122390 - May 30, 2011
    These are called "Horseshoes". There is a restaurant in, I believe, Springfield, Illinos where these originated. Check out some of the other recipes for "Horseshoes" on here. They are great!
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    Kristy Russell KristyR - May 30, 2011
    Horseshoes? That is neat, hadn't heard of them called that before... well I guess I have heard of them in a way (LOL) They are good no matter what they are called ;-) I had my first taste back in 1992 at a small Ma & Pa restaurant in Shidler, OK.
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    Laura Michaela Banse Laura_Banse - May 30, 2011
    These are not horseshoes as it is made with gravy. A horseshoe is made with cheese sauce - toast, hamburger patty, fries, cheese sauce...

    Trust me, I'm from Springfield. And it isn't just the one restaurant. It's a TON of them!

    www.horseshoesandwich.com/2...
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    Laura Michaela Banse Laura_Banse - May 30, 2011
    I got so caught up in the Horseshoe, that I forgot...

    This sounds really good and I cannot wait to try it!